The Latest World Series Odds – March 10

The Los Angeles Dodgers are the favorite in the latest listing of the 2024 World Series odds. The Dodgers are given +250 odds to win it all this year. It comes as no surprise since LA inked the biggest free agent of the offseason – Shohei Ohtani – to a 10-year contract. Ohtani, last year’s AL MVP, will bolster a lineup that was already full of stars. 

Unfortunately for the Dodgers, Ohtani will not pitch in 2024. He had surgery to repair a torn UCL in his right elbow. Ohtani will continue to rehab that injury but will be available to serve as the Dodgers DH. Ohtani, combined with the likes of Mookie Betts, Freddie Freeman, and Max Muncy, is why the Dodgers are at the top of this season’s World Series odds. Can they win it all?

Dodgers World Series Odds

When the 2023 World Series odds were released in November 2022 shortly after the World Series, the Dodgers were installed as a +500 favorite. In late February last year, the Dodgers were among the favorites to win last year’s World Series. 

Los Angeles would finish last season as the NL West champion with a 100-62 record. The Dodgers earned the No. 2 seed in the MLB playoffs and were among the World Series odds favorites. The Dodgers would lose their divisional round series in three straight games to NL West rival Arizona. The Diamondbacks, of course, would advance to the World Series. 

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Yamamoto gives the Dodgers another elite pitcher

With the addition of Ohtani and former Japan Pacific League three-time MVP pitcher Yoshinobu Yamamoto, the Dodgers top this year’s list of World Series odds. Already though, the Boys in Blue have suffered some adversity. 

Second baseman Gavin Lux was shifted to shortstop last season but tore an ACL during spring training and missed the entire 2023 season. Lux has had trouble at shortstop, so the Dodgers moved him back to second base and will play Betts at short.

2024 World Series Odds – The Contenders

The 2024 World Series odds put the Dodgers on top, as we have noted. There are the other usual suspects among the top contenders. Last year, the Braves were among the favorites and in 2024 they are back again near the top of the World Series odds.

Atlanta, which finished with an MLB-best record of 104-58, is given +450 World Series odds this year. That puts the Braves right behind the Dodgers, which is no surprise. Atlanta has, arguably, the best pitching staff in baseball. They acquired LHP Chris Sale in the offseason. He’ll be No. 3 in the rotation behind Max Freid and Spencer Strider. Charlie Morton and Bryce Elder round out the Braves rotation, which is one reason Atlanta is given such favorable World Series odds. 

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The Braves are among the World Series odds favorites

The Astros (+750), Yankees (+850), and Orioles (+950) are all among the favorites in the most recent World Series odds. Reigning World Series champion Texas is given +1150 odds to repeat. 

Handicappers Repeat Stellar Performances

Speaking of repeating, SWJ Sports continues to place itself in the daily Top 5. SWJ had another big day at the window yesterday. A total of 27 picks were put in by the exclusive Sports Hub handicapper and Scott at SWJ went 18-9 and added another $1060 to his already growing bankroll.

Scott wasn’t the only SportsHub capper on fire yesterday. Remember Sas Insider? Yeah, another 97 picks yesterday. Yes, 97! And the Insider won over 56 percent of those picks to put up another big number. 

Let’s take a look at yesterday’s leaderboard.

  • CBB clinic: SWJ Sports put on a college basketball betting clinic yesterday. Scott at SWJ went 8-4 on 12 NCAAB picks. As mentioned, SWJ won $1060 yesterday. That puts SWJ Sports at the top of the 14-day and 30-day leaderboards. For the month, SWJ is up $2516.
  • It was an inside job: Sas Insider won 56.7 percent of its 97 picks (55-42) to take home another $885. Over the last seven days, the Insider is a ridiculous 176-129 and is up $3286! That’s some powerful inside information.
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Sas Insider crushed this week!
  • The Hawk is back: Mike Hawk must have had reservations for a stay in the Sports Hub Daily Top 5. Yesterday, the Hawk went 8-4 and enjoyed $866 in winnings. Mike has had a solid week, going 30-21 over the last seven days.
  • Trust the computer: My cousin Computer Picks plugged in the college basketball algorithm and went 20-12 yesterday. They were all CBB picks and, in the end, Computer Picks took home $680. Wonder what Computer Picks thinks of these latest World Series odds?
  • MMA Free – Sports Hub: If you were paying attention, you knew that UFC 299 was last night. If you’re a Sports Hub member, you know that we offer free MMA picks. Yesterday, those free MMA picks went 21-8. If you would have followed our picks, you would have won $637. Over the last 30 days, our MMA Free picks are 43-12. That’s over 78 percent! If you would have followed all of our MMA Free picks for the last month, you’d have an extra $1463 in your bankroll.

First Ticket to the Big Dance Punched

Morehead State (26-8, 14-4) won the Ohio Valley Conference tournament last night with a 69-55 win over Little Rock (21-12, 14-4). With the victory, Morehead State became the first team to automatically qualify for the NCAA tournament. There will be more tickets punched today.

There is also big news in France’s Ligue 1 involving one of the world’s best soccer players. Read on to see what’s happening.

Today’s trending news.

  • First ticket punched: As mentioned, Morehead State is the first team in the NCAA tournament. Three more conferences – Atlantic Sun, Missouri Valley, and Big South – will determine their automatic qualifiers today. 
  • PSG benches Mbappe: Paris Saint-Germain, the top team in France’s Ligue 1, benched star Kylian Mbappe for the second time ahead of PSG’s match with Stade de Reims today. The benching is most likely in response to Mbappe’s imminent departure. Mbappe is reportedly in talks to join Real Madrid.
  • North Carolina wins ACC: It’s one of college basketball’s biggest rivalries – North Carolina and Duke. Yesterday, the Tar Heels had to travel to Cameron Indoor Stadium and face the ninth-ranked Blue Devils. UNC won 84-79 to win the ACC regular season title and earn the top seed in this week’s conference tournament.
  • This just in: The New England Patriots are trading Mac Jones to the Jacksonville Jaguars. Jones is from Jacksonville and will serve as the Jags backup to Trevor Lawrence.

Plenty to Bet on This Sunday

Today’s schedule is a big one. Bettors can put their basketball betting to the test with a number of college basketball games today. A couple more conference tournaments will be decided, which means a few more automatic entrants into the NCAA tournament. 

There are national TV doubleheaders in both the NBA and NHL today. There’s golf, tennis, and everyone’s favorite niche sport to bet on – NASCAR racing. 

Here’s what’s on the schedule today.

  1. MLB Spring Training: The Dominican Republican Series continues today as one of 17 spring training games. Tampa Bay plays Boston in an afternoon game in Santo Domingo. Both the Rays and Red Sox are longshots to win it all this year. Tampa Bay’s World Series odds are +3000. Boston’s are +5000.
  2. ESPN doubleheader: There are nine games on the NBA schedule today. Milwaukee at the Los Angeles Clippers kicks it all off. The Bucks just lost to the Lakers on Friday night. The ESPN doubleheader starts with Philadelphia at New York at 7:00 p.m. ET. The late game has Minnesota in the third game of its six-game west coast road trip playing at the Los Angeles Lakers. Game time is 9:30 p.m. ET.
  1. Hockey doubleheader: The NHL slows down after a huge day yesterday. There is also a hockey doubleheader today, although it is of the afternoon variety. TNT will broadcast Edmonton at Pittsburgh starting at 1:00 p.m. Game 2 starts at 3:30 p.m. ET and pits Minnesota at Nashville.
  2. Another big soccer day: The top pro soccer leagues in the world are on tap again today. There are four Premier League matches, including a battle between Manchester City and Liverpool. La Liga, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, and Serie A all have multiple matches. Don’t forget the news about Mbappe when PSG plays Stade de Reims. MLS also has three matches today, including one featuring Lionel Messi and Inter Miami. CF Montreal plays at Inter Miami today.
  3. March Madness: There is a ton of college basketball today as a dozen or so conference tournaments are in action. A few more Big Dance tickets will be punched today. It’s also the very last day of the college basketball regular season. No. 3 Purdue closes the season hosting Wisconsin. No. 12 Illinois is at Iowa to close the season.
  4. Scheffler takes the lead: As the Arnold Palmer Invitational heads into its final round, favorite and world No. 1 Scottie Scheffler has taken the lead. Shane Lowry, Wyndham Clark, and Rory McIlroy are all within striking distance. The tournament ends today.
  5. Mens & Women’s tennis: It’s Round 3 action in the BNP Paribas Open today. No. 2 seed Carlos Alcaraz and No. 3 Jannick Sinner both play today. No. 1 Iga Swiatek takes on No. 26 Linda Noskova in women’s play today.
  6. NASCAR Cup Series: It’s Sunday and that means NASCAR! The United Rentals Work United 500 will run today at Phoenix Raceway in Arizona. Ryan Blaney and Joey Logano are the favorites to win. Both are given +800 odds.

Check World Series Odds

There are plenty of opportunities today for bettors. Don’t forget your MLB futures too. Check the latest World Series odds and then visit Sports Hub for the latest content on the 2024 MLB season. You can catch all of our spring training news and updated World Series odds throughout the season.

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